NWFP Public Service Commission announced examination results
Peshawar, Nov 18: The NWFP Public Service Commission on Tuesday announced the much awaited results of the examination held for 59 posts of civil judges-cum-judicial magistrates.
The commission had received 3,116 applications for these posts out of which 1,363 candidates had appeared in the written examination. Out of those 1,363 candidates 143 had qualified for viva voce test.
Eight of the candidates interviewed by the commission were those who were granted interim relief by the Peshawar High Court. The commission has recommended 57 candidates for appointment as civil judges-cum-judicial magistrates. Few months ago the high court had stayed the announcement of the results on writ petitions filed by different candidates. The court had vacated that stay order few days ago after which the results were announced.
The commission has recommended for appointment 38 candidates against general seats, five candidates against female quota, two candidates against earthquake-hit areas quota, 11 candidates against posts on basis of gender specific for female and one candidate against post reserved for gender specific for female of the earthquake affected area. No candidate could qualify against the disabled quota.
An interesting feature of the result is that two sisters, Tahira Zainab Malik and Rabya Batool Malik, have qualified for appointment as judges. They are daughters of a senior advocate of Dera Ismail Khan, Malik Fazal Hussain. Unfortunately, Mr Fazal Hussain expired on Tuesday and was laid to rest the same day. A brother of the two female candidates, Malik Mohammad Hasnain, is also a serving civil judge at Peshawar.
The candidates declared successful against general seats include: Mazhar Hussain, Mohammad Wali, Sheraz Firdous, Omar Azmat, Qaisar Khan, Arshad Khan, Mohammad Aaqib, Mohibur Rehman, Ziaul Hassan, Mohammad Abdullah Shah, Mohammad Asghar, Abdul Salam Asif, Attaullah, Qaiser Shahzad, Hamid Kamal, Sardar Jawad Ahmad, Rehmatullah, Ms Naghmana, Imranullah, Ghulam Hamid, Aurangzeb, Najeebul Haq, Salimur Rehman, Fazal Akber, Syed Mansoor Shah Bukhari, Tanweer Usman, Mohammad Sohail, Mohammad Haroon, Baddar Munir, Sheraz Khan, Gulzarullah, Zia Jehangir, Mohammad Hayat, Fahad Ahmad, Amir Ali Afridi, Syed Ijlal Hussain, Farman Ali and Tanwir Khan.
The candidates declared successful against female quota include: Natasha Zaman, Saira Bano, Faiza Gul, Farkhanda Nausheen and Kiran Shaukat. The male candidates declared successful against earthquake affected areas quota are Basharat Rauf and Mohammad Shoaib.
Against 12 posts of civil judges (gender specific for female) 11 candidates have been declared successful which include: Rabia Abbasi, Saima Munawar, Saeeda Akhter, Amina Haider, Tahira Zainab Malik, Rabya Batool Malik, Quratul Ain Rashid, Sanam Taj, Madiha Rehman, Maliha Allauddin and Irum Nosheen. Another female candidate, Nighat Bibi, was declared successful against post for gender specific for female of the earthquake affected areas.Your Comments
IIU Iqra Centre second annual examination schedule
Islamabad: The second annual examination of Iqra Centre for Technical Education of the International Islamic University (IIU) will held December 15. The last date for submission of examination fee plus form is November 25th while the centre will charge double fee till December 5, and after that fee will be tripled, said a news release issued on Tuesday. The news
Beaconites visited IIU
Islamabad: A delegation of Beaconhouse School System visited the International Islamic University (IIU) here on Tuesday to condole with its authorities and students over the loss of precious lives in the October 20 twin bomb blasts.
Beaconhouse School System Principal Dr Sajad Hussain led the delegation that also comprised Executive Director Daniyal Kasuri, Incharge Security Major (r) Muhammad Akram and Incharge Middle Section Rukhsana Shahzad.
The delegation met with IIU President Dr Anwar Hussain Siddiqui, Vice President Parveen Qadir Agha and other officials of the university. The delegation members expressed their grief over the tragic incident. They also laid wreaths at the bomb blast sites and offered 'fateha' for the departed souls.
Meanwhile, it has been decided to open a world-class international public school in the new campus of International Islamic University. A briefing in this context was also held that was attended by Rector IIUI Professor Fateh Muhammad Malik, President Dr Anwar Hussain Siddiqui, Vice Presidents Dr Zafar Ishaq Ansari and Parveen Qadir Agha and other faculty members. Advisor IIUI Dr Junaid Ahmed and Dr Saeed ul Hassan Chishti apprised the IIUI leadership over the project, saying that the community is in need of a new public school system in Islamabad and the University is fully alive to it.
A press release issued by IIUI said the second annual examination of Iqra Centre for Technical Education of IIUI would commence on December 15, while the last date for the submission of examination fee and form is November 25.
Pindi board matric supple exam result announcement
Rawalpindi: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Rawalpindi (BISER) would announce the Supplementary Examination 2009 result on November 19, at 10 a.m. BISER Secretary Professor Hammayun Iqbal said here on Monday that result's gazette copy would be sold for Rs450, for which a token can be obtained from Habib Bank Limited, Rahmanabad Branch, Rawalpindi.
Promotion of uniform education system
Islamabad: Like other parts of the globe, International Students' Day was marked in Pakistan on Tuesday, with a pledge to make every effort for the promotion of quality and uniform education system in the country.
The students all over the world participated in colourful activities including seminars, rallies, conferences and programmes to highlight the students' role in building a knowledgeable society.
Talking to this agency, a student of Islamabad College of Management and Commerce (ICMC), Ali Mustafa said that the existing different educational set up and dichotomy in the country are creating confusion among the students in their practical life.
Although, the new education policy has focussed on uniform syllabus and curriculum, but strenuous efforts are needed to bring changes in existing education system, he said. The educational system of the country wholly depends on the contribution and dedication of the teachers so their status must be elevated to uplift education standard, Ali said.
Another student Ahsan Tariq called for the restoration of student unions so that problems of students can be resolved. The government has announced to lift ban from student unions but still not implemented the decision, he said.
Students are the future builders and it is responsibility of the state to provide them equal opportunities with regard to quality education, Ahsan said. The date commemorates the anniversary of the 1939 Nazi storming of the University of Prague after demonstrations against the killing of Jan Opletal and the occupation of Czechoslovakia, and the execution of nine student leaders, over 1200 students sent to concentration camps, and the closing of all Czech universities and colleges.
During late 1939 the Nazi occupants of the Czechoslovakia (at that time it was called the protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia), in Prague, suppressed a demonstration held by students of the Medical Faculty of the Charles University. The demonstration was held on October 28th to commemorate the anniversary of the independence of the Czechoslovak Republic.
November 17 was first marked as the International Students' Day in 1941 in London by the International Students' Council (which had many refugee members) in accord with the Allies, and the tradition has been kept up by the successor International Union of Students, which has been pressing with National Unions of Students in Europe and other groups to make the day an official United Nations observance.
USEFP celebrates world education week
Islamabad:United States Educational Foundation in Pakistan (USEFP) continues to engage the young scholars in the informative and interactive activities of `International Education Week 2009'.
As a part of celebrations, USEFP hosted a lunch for the members of the Local Advisors Network (LAN) and other school representatives Tuesday. The event provided an informal opportunity to the advisors as well as USEFP team for exchanging ideas and discussing potential outreach opportunities with these schools.
Professional development opportunities were discussed with the school advisors and a brief presentation was given by the Fulbright department on the scholarship programmes available for the professionals.
Visa Counsellors from the U.S Embassy also participated in the event and talked to the school advisors about common U.S Student Visa concerns. The International Education Week celebrations were kicked off on November 16 with an informal reception to honour Fulbright Alumni. The news
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